PM Narendra Modi Mann Ki Baat Highlights: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in the 77th edition of his radio program Mann Ki Baat on Sunday that the COVID-19 crisis is the worst pandemic the world has seen in the last 100 years. PM Modi said that our frontline workers have played a key role in fighting COVID-19. He further said that in normal times, India used to produce liquid medical oxygen during the day. Now it has increased more than 10 times, in which about 9,500 metric tons are being produced daily.
Modi appreciates the courage of Indian citizens, who have faced two major storms in this month. The Prime Minister said that in this difficult and extraordinary time of disaster, the manner in which the people of all the states affected by Cyclone have shown courage with great patience and discipline in the hour of this crisis, they want to appreciate all the citizens.
This has happened on a day when the BJP-led central government has completed its seven years.
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Oxygen tankers drivers work on war footing: Modi
The Prime Minister said that during the second wave of COVID-19, a major challenge is to supply medical oxygen to remote areas. He said that to meet the challenges that the country has faced, the drivers of Cryogenic Oxygen Tankers have worked on a war footing and have saved lives of millions.
On the completion of 7 years in power of the Central Government, PM Modi said that the government has completed 7 years on this day. In these seven years, the success of the country has been. He has celebrated achievements with the country. He told that when India gives a befitting reply to the conspiracies of other countries, the confidence of the countrymen increases.